jet injector


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jet in·jec·tor

an injector that uses high pressure to force a liquid through a small orifice at a velocity sufficient to penetrate skin or mucous membrane without the use of a needle.

injector

(in-jek'tor)
A device for making injections.

jet injector

See: injection, jet

pressure injector

A device that delivers a substance to be injected, often controlled by a timing mechanism, at a specified pressure.

jet in·jec·tor

(jet in-jektŏr)
Device that employs high pressure to force liquid through a small orifice at a velocity sufficient to penetrate skin or mucous membrane without a needle.
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Jet injector is a nearly painless, rapid, needle-free method of drug administration.
"There's a magnet in the center of our jet injector that's surrounded by a coil of wire, and when we apply a current to the coil, we create a Lorentz Force that pushes this piston, which forces the drug out of the ampoule," Hogan said.
Needleless Connectors and Jet Injectors to Witness Gradual Penetration in Syringes and Cannulas Market Rapid drug delivery and better outcome required for patients with chronic diseases is providing a fillip for greater investment in advanced medical technologies.
The global needle free drug delivery devices market segmentation is based on technology (jet injectors, novel needle-free technology, transdermal patch technology), and its applications (diabetes, paediatrics, pain management, vaccination).
"Commercially available jet injectors C* provide limited control, which limits their applications to certain drugs or patient populations," Mitragotri says.
Jet injectors, which use air to drive an insulin dose through the skin without a needle, also are worth considering.
And it's all a contained system [which controls insertion depth] so patients don't have to manipulate much." Jet injectors, which use air to drive an insulin dose through the skin without a needle, also are worth considering.
And jet injectors, devices that use significant pressure rather than a needle to send insulin through the body, have also grown in popularity.
Insulin jet injectors send a fine spray of insulin through the skin by a high-pressure air mechanism instead of needles.
According to information contained in a buyers' guide published by the Canadian Diabetes Association, current choices for insulin delivery include syringes, pens, pumps and jet injectors.
Summary: Needleless Connectors and Jet Injectors to Witness Gradual Penetration in Syringes and Cannulas Market
Jet injectors dominated the technology segment with a market share of over 30.0%, with respect to revenue in 2015, owing to its high usage rate and wide applicability in delivering a large range of drugs